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Apr 24, 2008 Ignatz Topolino
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This video was assembled from footage found in the archives, mostly "Leave it to Roll-Oh", the "Medicus Collection" of 1939 World's Fair films, and "Aluminum on the March". The audio track is by Echelon & Jane Dowe, originally released on Comatonse Recordings 10th anniversary CD "Below Code" (now available for free MP3 download here: http://comatonse.com/releases/belowcode/soundfiles.html). Consider it my attempt at a kinder, gentler DEVO video.
Topics: robots, love
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Apr 24, 2008 Ignatz Topolino
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A pair of newly-hatched aviators compete in the 1948 "Chicken of Tomorrow" miniature airplane contest, with disastrous results. Constructed entirely from footage in the archives. Soundtrack song On Silver Wings comes from the feature film Danger Flight, as does the footage of the boy. Other sources: Chicken of Tomorrow, Chevrolet Leader News (Vol. 5, No. 2), and Sky Billboards.
Topics: Animals: Poultry, Aviation: Miniature Aircraft, Clipfilms, Mashups
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Apr 23, 2004 Ignatz Topolino
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A pair of newly-hatched aviators compete in the 1948 "Chicken of Tomorrow" miniature airplane contest, with disastrous results. Constructed entirely from footage in the archives. Soundtrack song On Silver Wings comes from the feaure film Danger Flight , as does the footage of the boy. Other sources: Chicken of Tomorrow, Chevrolet Leader News (Vol. 5, No. 2), and Sky Billboards . There is a much smaller .mov file here . (DISCLAIMER: No cute, fuzzy little chicks were harmed in the...
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Topics: Animals: Poultry, Aviation: Miniature Aircraft, Clipfilms
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Apr 20, 2004 Ignatz Topolino
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This video was assembled from footage found in the archives, mostly "Leave it to Roll-Oh", the "Medicus Collection" of 1939 World's Fair films, and "Aluminum on the March". The audio track is by Echelon & Jane Dowe, originally released on Comatonse Recordings 10th anniversary CD "Below Code" (now available for free MP3 download here: http://comatonse.com/releases/belowcode/soundfiles.html). Consider it my attempt at a kinder, gentler DEVO video.
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Topics: music video, robots